Ligers are the largest cats, a crossbreed of lions and tigers. They can reach 10 feet in length and 700 pounds in weight. Naturally, they don't occur as lions and tigers inhabit different habitats. Different from tigons, bred from a female lion and male tiger.
Zebroids, like zorses and zonkeys, are hybrids of zebras and horses or donkeys. They combine the strengths of both species and showcase chromosome differences.
Grolar bears, offspring of grizzly and polar bears, occur naturally in the wild due to changing habitats caused by climate change.
Wholphins, a cross between a false killer whale and a bottlenose dolphin, exist in captivity and may occur in the wild. They display characteristics of both parent species, including tooth count.
Savannah cats: offspring of a domestic cat and an African serval. They display varied temperaments and impressive jumping abilities.
Cama: a camel-llama hybrid, combining the size and strength of camels with the cooperative temperament of llamas.
Beefalo: a hybrid breed of bison and domestic cattle, developed for improved beef production, recognized by USDA.
Sheep-goat hybrid, known as geep, rare due to genetic differences. Occasional live births observed, including one in Botswana (2000).
Mules and hinnies, offspring of donkey-horse and horse-donkey crosses, are hardworking hybrids with strength and intelligence. Most mules are infertile.
Narwhals and beluga whales are similar, but narwhals have a unique tusk. Rare narluga hybrid discovered, and belugas have been seen adopting lost narwhals in the wild.